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After you have set your budget-related goals, the next logical step is to:

A. figure out your expenses.

B. make a budget worksheet.

C. figure out your expected disposable income.

D. try out your budget for a couple of months.

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    I think its A...?

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    Don't you need to know how much money you'll have available before you can set up a spending plan?

    For example, if your goals include renting a condo on the beach in San Diego, but your monthly net income is about $2000, what will you do?

    =)

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    B?

  • budgeting -

    there is sooo many tutors but it takes forever to reply...is it B?

  • budgeting -

    B is correct.

    Please note that all of the Jiskha tutors are volunteers and help students when we have a little free time.

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    sorry for my impatience thank you Ms.Sue!(:

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    You're welcome, Vickie.

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    im sorry but it's not B

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